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Mad Men DVD Box Set was produced by the American Movie Classics Company drama. Therefore it is set in New York, the sixties of the last century, boldly describing the brutal business competition at the golden age of American advertising industry.
Mad Men Season 6 DVD Box Set was produced by Matthew Weiner, the screenwriter of HBO series —“The Sopranos”. It is based New York on the 1960s, describing the story between Don Draper, the advertising industry’s first chair, and his colleagues. He is employed by Sterling Cooper advertising agency, facing full of conflicts and contradictions of the world. When Draper reveals the intelligence at the field of the mall, as well as the charming at the same time, he must make efforts to maintain his edge in the fast-changing era with young executives. The album accurately shows all kinds of men and women in that generation, as well as digging out the true humanity emphasized by traditional family in the 1960s.
In 2000, while working as a staff writer for Becker for Mad Men Season 6 DVD, Matthew Weiner wrote the first draft for the pilot of what would later be called Mad Men as a spec script. Television producer David Chase recruited Weiner to work as a writer on his HBO series The Sopranos after reading the pilot script in 2002. “It was lively, and it had something new to say,” Chase said. “Here was someone Weiner who had written a story about advertising in the 1960s, and was looking at recent American history through that prism.” Weiner set the pilot script aside for the next seven years — during which time neither HBO nor Showtime expressed interest in the project—until The Sopranos was completing its final season and cable network AMC happened to be in the market for new programming. “The network was looking for distinction in launching its first original series,” according to AMC Networks president Ed Carroll, “and we took a bet that quality would win out over formulaic mass appeal.”